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Old 08-17-2009, 10:12 PM
 
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Does anyone here know much about this road that runs north starting at Sunset in Brentwood? Does it dead end at some point? Based on maps I am looking it, it appears to dead-end just south of Mulholland.

So if you owned a home up near the top, you would have to make the 3-4 mile drive down to Sunset just to get down to the main roads?

Does anyone know if the north end of Mandeville has ever been affected by the seasonal wildfires over the past few years?
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Old 08-17-2009, 10:19 PM
 
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Yes, Mandeville Canyon ends short of Mulholland, which means there is very little traffic, however is hard to get to everything, as the only way out is down to Sunset. You can get to Mulholland via a 3-5 mile hiking trail, but obviously cars cannot go on that.
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Old 08-19-2009, 01:16 AM
 
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Does anyone here know much about this road that runs north starting at Sunset in Brentwood? Does it dead end at some point? Based on maps I am looking it, it appears to dead-end just south of Mulholland.

So if you owned a home up near the top, you would have to make the 3-4 mile drive down to Sunset just to get down to the main roads?

Does anyone know if the north end of Mandeville has ever been affected by the seasonal wildfires over the past few years?

No there hasn't been a wildfire in mandeville canyon for many years. The canyon does end at the top. Mulholland road is a dirt road at that point. At least the last time I was up there hiking around.

Looking for a quicker way in from the valley?
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